Final Dual Impact Index p/b @NCOWrestling

Final Dual Impact Index p/b @NCOWrestling

Note: Includes both 2015-16 Final Dual-Component ranking, and a partial 2016-17 Dual-Component ranking for teams I felt were relevant to the title chase, as well as a few random others.

NCAA Projections based on Dual Impact Index

1. Penn State, 127

2. Missouri, 103.5

3. Iowa, 102.5

4. Oklahoma State, 99

5. Ohio State, 87

6. North Carolina State, 74

7. Cornell, 71

8. Virginia Tech, 64

9t. Illinois, 54.5

9t. Michigan, 54.5

11. Nebraska, 44.5

12. Oklahoma, 37.5

13. Rutgers, 34

14. North Carolina, 28.5

15. Wisconsin, 28

16. Minnesota, 22.5

17. Stanford, 21.5

18. Duke, 20

19t. North Dakota State, 17

19t. Oregon State, 17

21t. Iowa State, 16.5

21t. Lehigh, 16.5

23. Bucknell, 15.5

24. Northern Iowa, 14.5

25. Virginia, 13.5

26. Wyoming, 12.5

27t. Kent State, 11

27t. South Dakota State, 11

29t. Arizona State, 9

29t. Central Michigan, 9

29t. CSU Bakersfield, 9

29t. Penn, 9

33. Navy, 8.5

34. Edinboro, 7.5

35. Ohio, 7

36t. Indiana, 5.5

36t. Old Dominion, 5.5

36t. Rider, 5.5

39t. Columbia, 5

39t. Princeton, 5

41. American, 4.5

42t. Harvard, 4

42t. Northwestern, 4

42t. Pittsburgh, 4

45t. Army West Point, 3.5

45t. West Virginia, 3.5

47t. Chattanooga, 3

47t. Purdue, 3

49t. Appalachian State, 2.5

49t. Drexel, 2.5

49t. Utah Valley, 2.5

52t. Boise State, 2

52t. Franklin & Marshall, 2

52t. Hofstra, 2

52t. Southern Illinois Edwardsville, 2

56t. Campbell, 1.5

56t. Clarion, 1.5

56t. Gardner-Webb, 1.5

56t. Lock Haven, 1.5

56t. Maryland, 1.5

56t. Northern Illinois, 1.5

62. Northern Colorado, 1

63t. Air Force, .5

63t. Binghamton, .5

63t. Buffalo, .5

63t. Cleveland State, .5

63t. George Mason, .5

63t. Michigan State, .5